Governor Brown Proclaims March 15-21 “Women’s Military History Week” in Oregon.
Brain injuries are the signature wounds of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, with more than 380,000 service members experiencing them between 2001 and 2017,
PORTLAND, OR. – Lt. Colonel Tom Milligan was an Air Force Fighter Pilot in Vietnam. He served our country, flying almost 300 combat missions, and now he serves our Veterans here at home. Tom is the Director of Military Services at Lines for Life, a service dedicated to preventing substance abuse, suicide, and other mental health challenges that Veterans face.
Oregon faces a higher veteran suicide rate than the rest of the nation. But we can do better. Here’s how you can #BeThere for a veteran:
An ongoing list of suicide awareness and mental health related events happening in September 2018
Dr. Katherine Iverson is a clinical psychologist and researcher in the Women’s Health Division of the National Center for PTSD. (Photo by Cydney Scott) This
Service dog providers are developing registries that airlines and other travel companies could use to verify the legitimacy of service dogs for veterans with psychological
The military is trying to figure out whether troops can sustain brain injuries from firing certain powerful weapons. A pair of Marines who used to
Mild traumatic brain injury may sound like an oxymoron, along the lines of “jumbo shrimp” or “random order.” But a new study shows that mild
Military personnel who have trained with heavy weaponry may have been exposed to blasts that cause traumatic brain injury, a newly published study claims.
Bomb blasts cause an estimated 78 percent of combat injuries from Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn (OEF/OIF/OND). A group of 333 Veterans
Today, VA announced a collaboration between its National Center for PTSD and the nonprofit organization PINK Concussions, encouraging women to donate their brains for the purpose